Candace Owens Apologizes To Kanye West After Lying About "Brexit" Logo

Candace Owens has apologized to Kanye West in a weblog submit after Yeezy stated he felt utilized by the conservative commentator to advertise her “Blexit” marketing campaign.

On Tuesday (October 30), the G.O.O.D. Music founder denied making the brand for Owens’ campaign to get black voters to depart the Democratic Party. He additionally declared he’d be distancing himself from politics attributable to her actions.

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In her apology, Owens claimed she by no means stated Kanye designed “Blexit” t-shirts. But, she didn’t make clear her current feedback about him creating the brand.

“I by no means as soon as stated that Kanye designed the t-shirts for BLEXIT,” she wrote. “This is a lie that appears to have made its approach around the globe; a lie I want to once more right for the document. Kanye was utterly proper to really feel utilized in that regard and as I've carried out personally, I want to publicly apologize to him for any undue stress or ache the hassle to right that rumor has induced him, his enterprise relationships, or his household. He merely by no means designed them.”

Owens’ denial of attaching Kanye’s identify to the t-shirts skates round her personal phrases in a current speech, which explicitly stated he created the “Blexit” brand and colours. Video of the speech is accessible on the Twitter account of far-right web site Breitbart News. Owens’ remarks about Kanye’s key position within the “Blexit” merch start simply over a minute into the above clip.

The controversial speaking head claimed Yeezy designed the brand and colours whereas talking at Turning Point USA’s Young Black Leadership Summit, which occurred on October 25-28 in Washington, D.C.

“Blexit is a renaissance and I'm blessed to say that this brand, these colours, had been created by my expensive buddy and fellow superhero Kanye West,” she stated whereas holding a hat selling the marketing campaign. “[Kanye] has taken one of many boldest steps in America to open a dialog that we now have wanted to have.”

Read her total weblog submit about Kanye right here.